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mediated

[ mee-dee-ey-tid ]
/ ˈmi diˌeɪ tɪd /
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adjective
(of disputes, strikes, etc.) settled or resolved with the help of an intermediary:In the 15 years in which he has served as a mediator, he has settled over 90% of his mediated disputes.
(of an agreement, truce, settlement, etc.) brought about with the help of an intermediary between parties:A mediated divorce is much cheaper than negotiating through lawyers or going to court.
indirectly experienced, effected, or conveyed; happening by means of or through someone or something else:I see technology as any mediated form of communication, rather than face-to-face communication.
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Origin of mediated

OTHER WORDS FROM mediated

un·me·di·at·ed, adjective
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How to use mediated in a sentence

  • The writer wants to believe his genius is arriving, pristine, unmediated, to his readers all over the world.

    The Best of Brit Lit|Peter Stothard|April 28, 2011|DAILY BEAST
  • Readers, wherever they are from, want to feel that they are in direct, unmediated contact with greatness.

    The Best of Brit Lit|Peter Stothard|April 28, 2011|DAILY BEAST
  • Whatever his religion, he is morally authorised to labour against these unmediated evils with the heartiest intolerance.

  • But at the end we must confess that the notion of real cognition involves an unmediated dualism of the knower and the known.

    The Meaning of Truth|William James
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